C A DOXTON -BARRY. THE BRITISH ADVANCE causes great consternation and alarm amongst the Boers, but LLOYD AND COMPANY'S Wonderful Value in New Season's Clothing will take the town by storm Magnificent collection of Men's, Youths', and Boys' Clothing of every grade, best value in town.- Addresses, 89 and 93, Main-street, Cadoxton and 72, Holton-road, Barry Docks. ALLEGED INDECENT ASSAULT.-At a special sitting of the Barry Police Court on Tuesday last, a seaman named Alfred White was charged with indecently exposing himself to Margaret Barrett, aged six years, living on the Moors, Cadoxton, in a field off the Cardiff-road, and he was remanded to the Penarth Court on the following day. CALFARIA ANNIVERSARY.—The Welsh Baptist Church of Calfaria, Court-road, Cadoxton, held their cyfarfodydd blynyddol on Sunday and Monday last, the preachers on the occasion being the Revs Cornelius Griffiths, Cardiff, and T. Idwal Jones, Porth, both of whom delivered deeply impressive and eloquent sermons to large congre- gations. Collections were made during the services in aid of the building fund. WESLEYAN SUNDAY SCHOOL ANNIVERSARY.— The anniversary services in connection with the Wesleyan Sunday School, Cadoxton, were held on Sunday last at the Theatre Royal, which was well filled throughout the day. The preacher in the morning and evening was the Rev T. Miller, Cardiff and Mr H. Wallis. Dinas Powis, presided at the children's service in the afternoon. On Monday evening a public meeting was held, Alderman J. C. Meggitt, J.P., in the chair, and addresses were delivered by the Rev J. Jenkin (Penarth), Rev J. H. Watson, and others. The anniversary proved a great success throughout, the singing by the children being particularly effective. The offertory at each gathering was in aid of the Sunday school funds.
BARKY DOCKS. METHODIST FREE CHURCH, BUTTRILLS-ROAD, BARRY DOCKS.—Services next Sunday, 11 a.m. and 6.30 p.m. Preachers, Mr W. T. Medhurst (morning), Rev J. J. Davies (evening). All seats free. Hymn books provided. y SCHOOL BOARD FINANCE.—A meeting of the Finance Committee of the Barry School was held on Thursday evening, the 28th ultimo, Mr Peter Wright (chairman) and the Rev W. Williams being the members present, and the only business was the passing of a number of accounts. Music. Mr W. T. Llewellyn, Organist and Choirmaster, St. Mary's Church, Barry Docks, gives Lessons on Piano, Organ, Singing, Harmony, Counterpoint, and Theory of Music. Singers thoroughly trained in Oratorio and Ballad Singing. Terms, See.. 31, Court-road, Barry Docks. THE BRITISH ADVANCE causes great consternation and alarm amongst the Boers but LLOYD AND COMPANY'S Wonderful Value in New Season's Clothing will take the town by storm Magnificent collection of Men's, Youths', and Boys' Clothing of every grade, best value in town.- Addresses, 89 and 93, Main-street, Cadoxton and 72, Holton-road, Barry Docks. IF YOU WANT A GOOD PAIR OF BOOTS for all purposes at the bottom price, go to BENNETT BROS., 176, Holton-road, Barry Docks (three doors above the Windsor Hotel). Bennett Bros' stock of Boots and Shoes is one of the largest in the district, and holds the reputation of being second to none in all respects. Hand-sewn boots and neatness in repairing are specialities at- this establishment.-Note the address 176, Holton- road, Barry Docks. OPEN AIR SERVICES are to be held every Sunday evening, at 8.15, under the auspices of the Barry Free Church Council, on the piece of ground at the corner of Tynewydd-road, Barry Docks. The first of the series of meetings will take place on Sunday evening next, when the service will be conducted by Mr W. J. Flowers, and the Rev C. H. Shave will deliver an address. The Rechabites Brass Band will be in attendance. FORWARD MOVEMENT HALL, MERTHYR-STREET, BARRY DOCKS.—Services next Sunday, at 11, 3, and 6.30. Preacher, Pastor Gerald R. Coultas. Sunday School, 10 and 2.30. Wednesday, 6.30, Christian Endeavour Society. Thursday, 6.30, Band of Hope. Open every evening at 8. Don't forget to keep yourself free for July 21st, 22nd, and 23rd. Keep your eye on this space for particulars. I ATTEMPTED SUICIDE. — At the Glamorgan Quarter Sessions on Tuesday last, Ivor Mordecai (35), clerk, surrendered to bail in answer to a charge of having attempted to commit suicide on March 13th at Barry Docks. It will be remembered that defendant shot himself with a revolver. In answer to the Chairman, defendant said he could give no reason for the rash act. He was in illhealth owing to loss of employment. He was bound over to come up for judgment within six months. ALLEGED INDECENT ASSAULT.—Michael Fidder, 25 a coloured seaman, was charged at the Quarter Sessions on Wednesday last with unlawfully and indecently assaulting Catherine Russell, of Cogan, a married woman at Barrry Docks, on May 17th.- In his defence Fidder said that he had met this woman, and that she. asked him for a shilling, at the same time making an improper suggestion, and it was in consequence of that suggestion they were in the lane together.—The jury found the prisoner not guilty, and he was discharged. SUPPORT SUNDAY CLOSING, and buy your Tobacco, Pipes, Purses, Knives, Razors, Stationery, Fancy China Ornaments, and hundreds of other fancy articles at LLEWELLYN'S, 63, Holton-road, Barry Dock. Tobacco fresh from the manu- factures every week. Get your hair cut and have a tip top shave at this noted shop for good work- manships and cleanliness. Note the address:- LLEWELLYN, 63, Holton-road, Stationer, News- agent, Tobacconist, Hairdresser, and Fancy Goods Dealer. METHODIST FREE CHURCH SUNDAY SCHOOL ANNIVEUSARY.—The anniversary in connection with the Sunday School of the Methopist Free Church, Buttrills-road, Barry Docks, took place on Sunday last, when special sermons were preached, in the morning by the Rev J. Mydyr Evans, Barry Docks, and in the evening by Mr Robert Bird, J.P., Cardiff. In the afternoon a musical service was held, solos, duetts, &c., being nicely rendered by the Sunday scholars and friends. Special collec- tions were made in aid of the Sunday school funds. THE OLDEST-ESTABLISHED TAILORING BUSI- NESS. ^-To meet the ever-growing demands of the public, Mi- W. J. Windsor, the oldest-established Practical Tailor in the Barry Dock district, has Removed his Business Premises from 70 to No. 31, Holton-road, near the Central Buildings, where he has a fine display of Suitings of every descrip- tion of the newest season's patterns. One of the Largest Stocks of Woollens in the town. Fit, style, and workmanship guaranteed equal to the leading houses in the trade. Customers will find a great saving in prices by entrusting their orders to Mr W. J. WINDSOR, 91, Holton-road, Barry Docks. INQUEST ON AN INFANT.—At Barry Police Court on Monday afternoon last, Mr E. Bernard Reece, the district coroner, conducted an inquiry into the circumstances attending the death of Jesse Lloyd, aged 15 months, son of Harry Lloyd, stevedore, 1, Beryl-road, Barry Docks. The father stated that the child, who had for a week been suffering from measles, died suddenly on Saturday evening, Mary Ann Lloyd the mother, said she attended the baby herself during his illness. On Saturday the child got well enough to get up. She occassionally gave the child a little port wine. A few months ago the child suffered from fits.- Dr Bray was of opinion that the ehild died from convulsions, and the jury returned a verdict according to the medical testimony. THE NATIONAL TRADING COMPANY, HOLTON- ROAD.-The National Trading Company have opened business at No. 147, Holton-road, Barry Docks, under the personal management of Mr Evan Jones, with a fine display of GROCERIES, ITALIAN WAREHOUSE GOODS, and PROVISIONS, comprising an entirely New Stock of the best possible quality. Thrifty housewives are now making their purchases of Teas, Butters, Cheese, Bacon, Hams, and all that is required in the stable and drinkable line at the above Company's ] Stores. The reason why is plain. Because the ] quality of their goods is unrivalled, and prices j suit the pockets of all. The National Trading Company's Teas are unf-quailed in flavour, being specially blended to suit the hard water of the district. Butters fresh from the Dairies. BOILERMAKERS' OUTING.—On Saturday last the Mutual Improvement Association connected with the Foremen Boilermakers and Iron and Steel Shipbuilders of Cardiff, Newport, and Barry spent an enjoyable afternoon at Barry. Preparations had been made by the Barry members, and Mr J. Williams, Barry, the president, with the local members, met the party at Barry Docks, and con- veyed them on a tour of inspection. The Barry Company's Offices having been viewed, the electric launch of the Barry Graving Dock Company was placed at the disposal of the party by Mr Munro, the manager, and a trip was taken round both docks, Mr H. Collier, one of the veteran members, acting as guide, the various places of interest affording considerable interest and delight to the party. Subsequently they visited Barry Island, and refreshments were subsequently partaken of. A drive to Pcrthkerry followed, the company returning on foot by means of the path near the cliff.
BARRY THE ENGLISH CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH.— Services will be held next Sunday in the New Hall at 11 a.m. and 6.30 p.m.; Sunday School, 2.30 p.m. Preacher morning and evening, Rev Charles H. Shave (pastor). Evening subject The Love of Christ. THE BRITISH ADVANCE causes great consternation and alarm amongst the Boers, but LLOYD AND COMPANY'S Wonderful Value in New Season's Clothing will take the town by storm Magnificent collection of Men's, Youths', and Boys' Clothing of every grade, best value in town.- Addresses, 89 and 93, Main-street, Cadoxton and 72. Holton-road, Barry Docks. BARRY RAILWAY LOCO. WORKMEN'S OUTING.— The annual outing of the Barry Railway Company's locomotive workmen took place on Saturday last, when a large number of workmen and their wives and friends journeyed by special train to to Llantwit Major, starting from Barry at 10 a.m., and leaving Llantwit Major for the return journey at 8.30 p.m. An enjoyable day was spent, and the Cogan Military Band played selections of music during the day. Sports were held in the afternoon, and an excellent programme of bicycle and foot races was gone through in an efficient manner.
COGAN. MAN DROWNED.—About midnight on Friday last Henry Purse, employed on the dredger at Penarth Dock, was drowned under somewhat mysterious circumstances. The dredger was being towed out to sea by the tug Primrose, when one of the crew of the latter heard cries. Immediately the tug was put about and a search made, but nothing was then discovered. Subsequently Purse was missed, and up to noon on Wednesday his body had not been recovered, and it is concluded that he was drowned. Purse lived at 18, Dock-street, Cogan, and leaves a widow and several children.
CARDIFF. MR GEORGE HOBBS, late of the Windsor Hotel, Barry Docks, has taken the PLYMOUTH HOTEL, Grangetown, Cardiff, where he will be pleased to meet his many Barry friends. MR. ALLEN PEARCE, Maker of Legs, Arms Hands, Eyes, Trusses, Belts, Spine Supports, Leg Irons, Elastic Stockings Rupture cured (36 years' experience).—7, CHARLES-STREET, CARDIFF and 35 and 33, BROADMEAD ARCADE, BRISTOL. Stamofd envelope for Rupture Cure Circular.
PENARTH. WOUNDING.—Alexander Johansen, 19, sailor, stood indicted at the Glamorgan Quarter Sessions on Wednesday last for unlawfully and maliciously wounding Per Wallfield Hagman by stabbing him in the arm with a knife at Penarth on May 21. The stab was the result of a brawl which started by the prisoner conducting himself offensively. Some blows were exchanged, and prisoner took out his knife and made a lunge. The jury returned a verdict of guilty, and prisoner was sentenced to two months' hard labour. THE PENARTH INTIMIDATION CASE.-William Jones, an able seaman, who was sentenced to seven years' penal servitude in the famous Penarth intimidation case, and whose sentence was, through the effects of Mr J. Havelock Wilson, ML P., subsequently reduced to four years, was released on Wednesday last from Pentonville Prison. Jones was met by Mr Havelock Wilson, M.P., and Mr Leslie Johnson, editor of Seafaring," and is now being well looked after by the Sailors and Firemen's Union. Jones will visit the principal ports and j address meetings on his prison experiences. He looks remarkably well, though much thinner. EXCITING INCIDENT.-On Thursday last the seven-year-old daughter of Mr Evan Hughes, miner, residing at Rickards-street, Pontypridd, had a narrow escape from drowning at Penarth. It appears that the parents of the child had taken her to the annual outing of the Sardis (Pontypridd) Band of Hope, and just below the landing-stage for the Penarth boats the little girl slipped into the sea, and was washed away by a wave. A man who was standing by immediately divested himself of hat and coat and jumped to the little one's help, and, assisted by the father, he soon succeeded in getting her to land. Miss Hughes was provided with a change of clothing at a neighbouring hotel, and left for Pontypridd at once. A reporter subsequently learned that the man who jumped into the tide and saved the little girl was Mr Edwin Hawkins, 21, South-street, Ynyshir. Mr Hawkins is the conductor of the Church choir at Ynyshir, and with a number of the choir members was spending the day at Penarth. Comments were made during the day that a number of people at Penarth had declined him a change of his wet clothing, and on being questioned, Mr Hawkins said it was two hours after the event that he found anyone who was considerate enough to give him the desired change.
LECKWITH. MANY PEOPLE, after enjoying the good things of life, are subject to mueh after suffering from the inability of the stomach to perform its duties. A timely use of Gwilym Evans' Bitters would strengthen the digestive organs, and serve to remedy the evil. See advt.
LLANTWIT MAJOR. UNITED SOCIETY OF C.E.—On Wednesday last a public tea was held in the Wesleyan Schoolroom, Llantwit Major, in connection with the above society, when the lady members presided at the tables and a large number attended the tea. In the evening a public meeting, under the auspices of the National C.E. Union of Wales, was held in the Wesleyan Chapel, when the Rev A. J. Jenkins, Newport, Mon. Mr Andrew Laurence, Cardiff and Mr J. H. Edwards, Barry, attended as a deputation, and delivered stirring addresses to a large enthusiastic audience.
BARRY SHOP ASSISTANTS' ANNUAL OUTING. The Barry branch of the Shop Assistants' Union held their annual outing on Wednesday last, when a party, numbering about 60, visited Southern. down, being conveyed to and fro in brakes provided by Messrs John Jones and Sons, Holton-road, Barry Docks, the drive each way being very delightful. On the arrival of the party at Southerndown, they proceeded to the Dunraven Hotel, where an excellent lunch had been provided. During the afternoon the beautiful grounds of Dunraven Castle, and other places of interest in the neigh- bourhood. were inspected, and after tea games, &c., were indulged In. The return journey was entered upon shortly after seven, and Barry was reached about 11.30, every one having thoroughly enjoyed the day's outing. The secretarial arrangements were carried out in an excellent manner by Mr T. E, Dunn.
BARRY POLICE COURT. rl THURSDAY. Before Mr J. Duncan and Dr E. Treharue. A WATCHING BRIEF. At the opening of the court, Miss Gertrude Jenner, the Typicca, informed the Bench that she was present to watch the proceedings that day. LICENSING APPLICATIONS. An application for the transfer of the license of the Red Lion Inn, Bonvilstone, from Mrs Ann Gibbons to Mr Edwin Deere, of the Park Hotel, Barry, was adjourned for Mrs Gibbon to appear to consent to the transfer. The Bench on the same ground adjourned a like application with refer- ence to the Park Hotel. WAGES CASE. The case of Herbert Randell v. Joseph Lippiet, master painter, for non-payment of wages under an order of the Court was adjourned till Monday. Mr A. Jackson, solicitor, appeared for the plaintiff. MISCELLANEOUS CASES. For using lightless vehicles on the highway, Benjamin Goes and Herbert Pritchard were fined 2s 6d each. A penalty of Is each was imposed upon Albert Wheeler, Barry, and Alfred Richards, Cadoxton, for throwing stones on the highway. Allan Richards, for allowing two horses to stray on the highway, was mulct in 2s 6d. Mary Jane Jenkins, The Dimlands, Llantwit Major, was fined 7s 6d for driving without lights at Bonvilstone. A FIGHTING fRIO. Elizabeth Hellings, Annie Evans, and William Powell were charged by P.C. Chilcott with causing an obstruction by fighting in Beryl-road, Barry Docks. The constable said the two women were fighting with Powell. Powell was dismissed, and the women cautioned. WHOSE IS THE DOG? Elizabeth Rose, George-street, Barry Docks, was charged with keeping a dog without a license. Defendant stated the dog did not belong to her, but to the chief mate of the s.s. St. Mongo. P.C. Evans, however, stated the animal had been about defendant's premises for over two years.-Case dismissed. SENT TO PRISON. Edward Holloran, plasterer, was sent to prison for 14 days with hard labour for being drunk and disorderly and using obscene language on the highway. THE SCALE OF INEBRIETY. James Tobin was fined 5s for being drunk and disorderly. William Sandford, Evan Jones, Alfred Olsen, Robert Duncan, and Samuel Gaskells were ordered to pay 7s 6d each and James Tremworth, 10s. THEFT OF A ROSE. For stealing a rose, Percy Cross, aged 10 years, was fined a shilling, the offence being committed in the garden of Abraham Morgan, Court-road, Barry Docks. MUST GO TO AN INDUSTRIAL SCHOOL. Rebecca, the truant daughter of John Morgan, Barry Docks, was sent to an industrial school till she is sixteen years of age, for irregular attendance at school. FOOTBALL ON THE HIGHWAY. John Fowler was fined Is for playing football in Thompson-street, Barry Docks.
REPRESENTATION OF THE RHONDDA. "MABON" TO BE OPPOSED. MR. LOVAT FRASER, OF BARRY, THE UNIONIST CANDIDATE. The deputation appointed by the Rhondda Conservative Association to wait upon Mr J. A. Lovat Fraser, M.A., barrister-at-law, of Barry, met that gentleman on Friday last at Cardiff, and formally invited him to champion their cause, and to contest the Rhondda seat against Mabon at the forthcoming general election.—Mr Jason Thomas (secretary of the association), in fitting terms, conveyed the invitation of his association, and Mr Fraser, in accepting, said the contest would have the effect of keeping Mabon from other constituencies, and also of keeping him (" Mabon ) up to the mark.
BARRY SOLDIERS AND SAILORS' FAMILIES FUND. —————— £ s. d. Amounts received and previously acknowledged 528 9 2i Additional subscriptions- Employees of Barry Graving Dock, for weeks ending June 2nd, 9th, 16th, and 23rd — 7 15 10 Grand total ••• £ 536 5 ol J. H. JOSE, Hon. Treasurer. July 3rd, 1900. Subscriptions to the above fund should be paid to Councillor J. H. Jose, 45, Court-road, Barry Docks.
11TH COMPANY, 2ND GLAMORGAN VOLUNTEER ARTILLERY. COMPANY ORDERS.—Drills for the week com- mencing 9th July, 1900:—Monday—Drill Order at Penarth parade at Cadoxton Railway Station at 7 p.m. Wednesday—Gun and Recruit Drill. Friday- Route March.—Non-Commissioned Officers on duty for the ensuing week, Sergeant, Holland and Corporal Brookes.-Hour of drill, 7.30 to 8.30 p.m.—-(Signed), J. JUST HANDCOCK, Captain commanding nth Company, 2nd G.V.A., Barry Docks.
SEVERN DIVISION ROYAL ENGINEERS (VOLS.), SUBMARINE MINERS. DIVISION ORDERS BY MAJOR J. A. HUGHES for week ending 14th July, 1900 :-(1) Officers and Sergeants" D" Company on duty. (2) Drills at Charles-street, Cardiff-Monday (9 th), Wednesday (llth), and Friday (13th), Submarine Mining, at 7.30 p.m. (for men enrolled since June, 1900). Drills at S.M. Establishment — Monday (9th), Wednesday (llth), and Friday (13th), Submarine Mining, at 7.30 p.m. (for all other members). (3) Whole-day Drills at S.M. Establishment, at 8.30 a.m. Monday (9th), Tuesday (10th), Wednesday (11th), Thursday (12th), and Friday (13th). (4) Electric Light Practices as usual; train from Great Western Railway Station at 7.11 p.m. (5) Shooting will take place at Grangetown Rifle Range on Thursday, as usual.-By order (signed), W. GIDDY, Capt. C.B.R.E., Acting Adjutant.
WEDDING, KEEPER, & ENGAGEMENT RINGS. FINEST SELECTION AND BEST VALUE AT H. B. CROUCH'S, 16, St. MARY-STREET, 48, QUEEN STREET, AND 9, High-street Arcade, Cardiff No Free Presents, but guaranteed Best Value in the Kingdom.
I Births, Carriages, Deaths. BIRTHS. BUTLAND.—On the 30th ultimo, at 3, Alberta- place, Penarth, the wife of Mr Arthur Butland, of a son. GRIGGs. -On the 27th instant, at 65, Kingsland- cresaent, Barry Docks, the wife of Mr Griggs, of a son. HUDSON.—On the 30th ultimo, at 14, Morgan- street, Barry Docks, the wife of Mr Hudson, of a daughter. JONES.—On the 22nd ultimo, at Glyn, Court- road, Barry Docks, the wife of Mr Thomas Jones, builder, of a daughter. MOsIE.-On the 4th instant, at 60, George-street, Barry Docks, the wife of Mr Mosie, of a daughter. RocH.-On the 27th nltimo, at 26, Castleland- street, Barry Docks, the wife of Mr Roch, boat- man, of a daughter. THOMAS.-On the 27th ultimo, at Barry, the wife of Mr Henry J. Thomas, of a son. WILLIAMS.—On the 18th ultimo, at 7, Whyman- street, Barry Docks, the wife of Mr Williams, of a daughter. MARRIAGES. CARNOL-FEAR.-On the 2nd instant, at the Parish Church, Cadoxton-Barry, by the Rev E. Morris, B.A., rector, Mr Louis Carnol to Miss Lucy Fear, both of Cadoxton. CRAIG—COMER.—On the 4th instant (by licence), at Holton-road English Baptiet Chapel, Barry Docks, by the Rev T. Pandy John, pastor, Mr John Craig, ship's steward, to Miss Ethel Orange Comer, both of Dock View-road, Barry Docks. SWEETING—CLARK.—On the 1st instant (by license), at Holton-road English Baptist Chapel, Barry Docks, by the Rev T. Pandy John, pastor, Mr Albert Sweeting to Miss Hannah Clark, both of Graving Dock-street, Barry Docks. DEATHS. ALLEN.-On the 27th ultimo, at St. Bride's-super- Ely, Caroline, daughter of Mr Thomas Allen, blacksmith, aged 24 years. COOK.-On the 2nd instant, at 2, Dock View-road, Barry Docks, Nora, daughter of Mr Charles Cook, aged one year. CROCKER.-On the 2nd instant, at 2, Chesterfield- street, Cadoxton-Barry, Mary Ann, wife of Mr Robert Crocker, labourer, aged 29 years. IIAMBLETON.—On the 30th ultimo, at 41, Harvey- street, Cadoxton-Barry, Elsie Gladys, daughter of Mr Charles Frederick Hambleton, butcher, aged ten months. KILBY.-On the 4th instant, at 3, Short-street, Barry, Beatrice, daughter of Mr J. W. Kilby, stationmaster, Barry, aged 13 months. WILLIAMs.-On the 1st instant, at 59, Pyke-street, Barry Docks, Mary Muriel, daughter of Mr David Williams, blacksmith, aged one year.
JAMES JONES & CO., UNDERTAKERS, AND FUNERAL CARRIAGE PROPRIETORS, 67, HOLTON-ROAD, BARRY DOCKS. Open Cars, Hearses, Broughams, Shellibiers, and Belgian Horses. The only Funeral Carriage Master in the District where Horses art kept exclusively for Funerals. Funerals Completely Furnished in Superior Style with every Requisite, including all Fees and Expenses, according to the fixed Charges regulated to suit all Customers, with a strict regard to ) Economy in every detail. COUNTRY UNDERTAKERS SUPPLIED THROUGHOUT. National Telephone-No 33. Telegrams- "Jones, Undertaker, Barry Docks National Telephone, No. 71. Jolm Jones & Sons, COMPLETE FUNERAL FURNISHERS, UNDERTAKERS, AND CARRIAGE PROPRIETORS, OFFICE- 153. HOLTON ROAD (OPPOSITE WINDSOR HOTEL). WORKSHOP AND MEWS BASSETT ST, BARRY DOCK. Nice Assortment of Memorial Cards, W reatlis, and Tablets always in Stock. Also Furniture Removers, &c. ESTABLISHED 60 YEARS. FOR FIRST CLASS FUNERAL FUR- Jf NISHERS and UNDERTAKERS go t W. SPICKETT, The Oldest and Only Experienced Undertakers in the District. Sole Proprietors of Glass Hearses, Open Cars, Shellebiers, Coaches, and Flemish Horses.—Address 5, BARRY-ROAD (near the Royal Hotel), CADOXTON-BARRY. PRICE LIST ON APPLICATION. P.S.-No connection with any other Firm. W. H. HOOPER & CO,, 99-100, HIGH STREET, BARRY, Complete Funeral Furnishers and Directors. FUNERALS CARRIED OUT UNDER MR. HOOPER'S SUPERVISION, INCLUDING ALL ARRANGEMENTS FOR GRAVE AND MINISTER. Memorial Cards, Wreaths, and Tablets. Telephone-National, No. 64. Private Address-2, Hilda-street, Barry. Effective advertising is the soul of bnsiness Barry tradesmen, therefore, should remember that— One step won't take you very far— You've got to keep on walking One word won't tell folks who you are— You've got to keep on talking One inch won't make you very tall—-$y You've got to ksep on growing One little ad. won't do it all— You've got to keep 'em going. 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TRY IT. B Cure is Certain. B ASK FOR GOMER'S BALM. Sold by every Chemist and Patent Medicine Dealer for j/li, or send value in stamps to JACOB HUGHES, B Manufacturing Chemist, Penarth, Cardiff. B DUKE-STREET AUCTION ROOMS, CARDIFF. ON TUESDAY AND THURSDAY, JULY 10th and 12th, commencing at Two o'clock precisely each day. IMPORTANT TO PARTIES FURNISHING. MESSRS. J. G. IVINDDOX & SON WILL SELL BY PUBLIC AUCTION, at their Old Established SALE ROOMS as above, an immense assemblage of very superior HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE. (Removed from various residences for absolute sale), including Valuable Pianofortes, 6ft 5ft and Smaller Bedroom Suites, 6ft and 4ft Wordrobes, Pairs of Handsome Toilets, Iron and Brass Bedsteads, several Axminster, Brussels, and Tapestry Carpets, Curbs, Fenders, Brasses, superior Drawing and Dining-room Suites, Rosewood, Chippendale, and Walnut Cabinetts, 6ft 5ft and 4ft Sideboards, Bookcases, Dining and Occasional Tables, Walnut and Gilt Overmantles, etc., etc., in all about 400 lots each day. On view day prior to and morning of each day's sale. Arrangements made to forward all goods purchased by country buyers. The Goods can be purchased any day privately if desired. Complete or Part Houses of Furniture, Stocks, etc., Bought for Cash. Sales and Valuations of every description undertaken. For terms apply to the Auction Rooms, as above. Established 1860. NOTHING LIKE LEATHER When well put together to keep your FEET WARM & DRY IN WET WEATHER!! And the Only Place where you can rely on getting GOOD LEATHER IS AT D V I D'S leather Warehouse, THOMPSON STREET. All the Best Tannages kept in Stock. Also all kinds of Material for Making and Repairing Boots AT LOWEST PRICES. Dressings, Blacking, Dubbins, and Boot and Shoe Mercery Gladstone Bags, suitable for useful presents, also best Brown New Market Leggings. THE PRICE & QUALITY DEFY COMPETITION. w THE ONLY LEATHER WAREHOUSE IN THE DISTRICT. NOTE ADDRESS— m- DAVID'S, WHOLESALE & RETAIL LEATHER WAREHOUSE, 21, Thompson Street, BARRY DOCKS. Small Prepaid Advertisements. Words. Once. fThree ,Six times. times. !0 Words. 0 9 1 3 2 0 >0 Words 1 0 19 2 6 tO Words 1 6 2 9 3 6 Sach extra 10 words 0 4 0 8 1 0 GENERAL ADVERTISEMENTS. to 4 insertions Is 6d per inch per insertion f to 8" Is 3d" „ to 13 Is ? „ 10d .2 „ 6d -at-. MR G. H. WOODFIELD, TEACHER" MUSIC. Organ and Piano thoroughly ,aught. Very successful method for Young Children.—For Terms, &c., apply: HAYDN HOUSE, Melton-road or Thompson and S')ackell's Music Varehouse, Barry Docks. MR G. STEPHENS, Organist Wenvoe Church. PIANOFORTE, VIOLIN, and ORGAN rAUGHT. Lessons given at Pupils' Residence if lesired. Concerts, Eisteddfodau, &c., attended, First-class accompanist. Terms Moderate. R.A.M. md L.C.M. Examinations.—Address 11, Park- ;rescent, Barry. l&cant PERSON of respectability and energy may -LJL hear of a HIGH-CLASS AGENCY without mtlay. Good remuneration to suitable man.- Address PROVE," Barry Doeh News. Barry Docks. DRESSMAKING.—WANTED APPREN- TICES and IMPROVERS. No Premium required.—Apply 103, High-street, Barry. A LADY thoroughly recommends her NURSE to take Baby from the Month.—Apply REGISTRY. ll, Broad-street, Barry. WANTED. GOOD COOKS and NURSE- HOUSEMAIDS and GENERALS at once. REGISTIIY, 11. Broad-street, Barry. WANTED AT ONCE, a BOY, who can drive, to deliver Parcels, &c. — Apply F. C. Puits ALL, 25, Aberystwith-crescent, Barry. §ititaticms Mantel. WANTED to APPRENTICE a BOY tc CARPENTER and BUILDER.—Apply MBS DONOGHUE, 16, Forster-street, Cadoxton-Barry. foascg, etc., 5 £ ci ]Y/I~*V'R> MORGAN, METROPOLITAN BANK PROPERTIESTO ^LET 'he tollowil,g CADOXTON— Albert, John, and Arthur Streets—5s weekly. church-road—New Houses, nicely done through- out. 5s and 5s 6d weekly. 5Vynd and Tydfil Streets-Recently done through- out. H. and C. Bath. 6s 6d weekly. )swald-road — New Houses, pleasant position, exceptionally low rent. 5s weekly. ^uarella-street—6s 6d per week. Wilfred-street-7s per week. BARRY DOCK— Coigne-terrace—6s 6d per week, will be done out for good tenant. Morgan-street— 6s 6d weekly. Kingsland-crescent—Good position, lis weekly. rravis-street-Good House, 12s weekly. Thompson-street—Large Shop, in good position newly papered and painted, 20s weekly. BARRY— High-street-New Shops, JE55, tenant paying rates. Broad-street—Grand Corner Shop. 1, Windsor-road—Just the spot for a profes^o-^ man. Every convenience. zC40, tenant PaOg rates. TO LET, THE KIRKLANDS, opposite Barry House, Barry. Detached Residence, com- manding extensive land and sea views. Large Garden. Every accommodation. Apply 102, KINGSLAND-CBESCENT, Barry Docks or on the Premises. THREE-STALLED STABLE aud LOOSE T BOX to LET.-Apply ROYAL HOTEL, Cadoxton-Barry. clljmtttrtents tu %zt n- APARTMENTS TO LET, Unfurnished.-ApplY No 12, Newland-street, Barry Docks. COMFORTABLE LODGINGS or Apartments, C for One or Two Gentlemen. Hot and cold bath. Terms moderate.-30, Tynewydd-road, Barry Docks. TO LET, Comfortable Furnished Front SITTING' ROOM and BEDROOM, with use of Bath- room.—' M. Lonsdale, Porthkerry-road, Barry. Jlpartnients lolaitteb. LADY, absent greater part of the»dayi REQUIRES Furnished Front SITTING aN^ BED ROOMS in Barry, preferably near Station- Attendance required.—Address Z Ba?-i-y Bod News, Barry Docks. clfrt gale. FOR SALE, QUADRANT SAFETY, Apply, between 5 and 7 p.m., 49, Lombard- street, Barry Docks. 4$i0.ceUaneoujs. DANCING-Mr W. HILLIER will open a Select D Class on Saturdays and Mondays at the Regent Hall, Barry Docks, commencing Saturday, July 14th. Admission 6d. Learners specially invited. BANK HOLIDAY BALL at the REGENT HA&I" —A Grand Ball will take place on August Bank Holiday at the Regent Hall, Regent street. Barry Docks. Pianist, Miss Einnersley M C., Mf J. Edwards. MRS. MEDLIN, 26, Holton-road, Barry will buy all kinds of CAST-O?^ CLOTHING; also FURNITURE Bought Of. Exchanged. MRS. ANDREWS, WARDROBE Highest Prices given for LADIES' GENTS' LEFT-OFF CLOTHING. All order* promptly attended to in Town or Country.-19r Windsor-road, Barry. F\OR YOUR POULTRY FOOD, go to W. BURBOUGH, Newport House, Thomps00' street, Barry Docks. Chick Food in 3d packets Loose Chick Food, 21bs for 2 £ d. Agent for Caper*19 Bird Seeds. MR. JOHN SUMMERS, 138, Holton-ro^ Barry Docks, TEACHES MUSIC PITMAN'S SHORTHAND. Pupils prepared fO Certificates. Moderate Terms. MOWERS, Reapers, Binders, Horse Rakes, Haymakers, Hay Elevators, Horse Churns, Cheese Presses, Cheese Vats, Butter Tu.bsj Cheese Tubs, and Dairy Utensils of every descrip' tion; Lawn Mowers, Garden Rollers, Seats, Hay Rakes, and Forks, Wagon IROPE il Binder Twine. Garden and Farm Tools 01 every description. Steam, Gas, and Oil Eogitiefl Carts, Wagons, Trollies, and Traps. staj £ requirements. Catologue3 free.—JOHN AND SONS, 10 and 11 Castle-street, Cardiff. Printed and Published for the Barry Newspaper and Printing Company, Limited, JOHN ROWLAND LLEWELLYN, at Holton-r°a > Docks, Friday, July6th, 1900. <